How do cities become more resilient in the face of severe weather events? As natural disasters impose increasing levels of risk, how city planners, architects, and builders manage that risk is of critical importance.
Emily Talen, a thought-leader in the dialogue about creating and maintaining affordable housing in socially diverse urban contexts, discusses her views on sustainable cities, market forces, and the role of federal government in developing and fostering effective urbanism.
With pollution levels rising around the world, we’re developing alternatives to traditional energy sources more and more each year. Here’s a rundown of the emerging technologies that allow us to bring electricity and resources to our households in the most environmentally friendly ways.
Charles Marohn, a thought-leader in the dialogue about building and maintaining financially strong and resilient towns, discusses his views on sustainable cities, market forces, and how a pragmatic approach to urban planning beats more ideological ones.